Pattern with symmetrical drawings

After drawing a composition in radial symmetry following the steps you can find HERE in a previous lesson, we took a picture and insert it in a Google Slide grid, shared in Google Classroom. Here … [Read more...]

Find texture around you

After understanding what a texture is, we considered how artists use the representation of surfaces to visually show the tactile sensation of an object. I challenged my students to find the textures … [Read more...]

Abstractionism with Google Drawing

After observing some famous abstract paintings, students created some digital images with Google Drawing. They started from the background, putting in the frame some shapes, then they have overlapped … [Read more...]

Monsters in complementary colors

We invent monsters to work with COMPLEMENTARY colors. We draw and color four monsters with mixed technique, each monster must be colored with a pair of complementary colors: red-green, blue-orange, … [Read more...]

A monochrome picture with #hashtag

I sent my students chasing colors around the house, they took a MONOCHROME photo by grouping a series of objects on a colored background, all of the same color. The next step was to upload the photo … [Read more...]

Colors, music, and emotions: online learning & teaching

We know, it's not the same as being in the classroom, but we are really making every effort to be close to our students as teachers. So here we have a quick proposal to do in this time of online … [Read more...]

Create a Color Wheel with objects

Going on with online teaching and learning I suggested a challenge to my students who don't have at home all the art supplies we usually have at school. I did an online lesson about the color wheel … [Read more...]

6 “Sweets & Breakfast” Templates

In these printable worksheets from arteascuola.com, you can find six templates in pdf ready to be printed on cardboard or paper. You can decorate them with different kinds of patterns or zentangles … [Read more...]

Enhance the background

We have often dealt with the drawing of a FACE and its PROPORTIONS, working on the colors and shades of hair, eyes, and mouth. We can find this topic in previous lessons that we can find HERE. We can … [Read more...]

Patterns inspired by Takashi Murakami

This great lesson was created by the art teacher Marco Farinelli. I share this interesting work and the images of the work step by step. The classes involved are the 6th grade of the Leonardo da Vinci … [Read more...]